When you are looking at getting a football jumper framed there are many options as to how it can be done.
This example is a basic box frame where the guernsey is spaced back from the glass and has a single mat colour behind it to match the team colours, or whatever colour you want really.
This is a jumper that was actually worn by Chris Judd and has 3 photos of him at the bottom which have a v groove surrounding each photo.
This example of a St.Kilda jumper has a more substantial frame with a double mat up at the glass to suit the colours in the jumper.
It also has a silver plaque with the team logo on both sides and the year in which it was signed by the players. You can also choose to have the AFL logo on one side.
Obviously the price varies depending on the amount of mat colours used, your frame choice and whether you choose to have a plaque or photos etc.
This photo is showing how using the 3 colours of the crows jumper can really border the jumper nicely and also the white v groove can just give it that finishing touch.
We mount the geurnseys using a fine fabric tool to avoid damaging the garment as you may want to remove it in the future. This method will only leave fine pin holes in the jumper.
We tell our customers that you can take it out and wear it again!
All of our garments are spaced away from the glass as it looks untidy when a jumper is sandwiched up against the glass and also it has a much better look when boxed back from the glass.
You also have several glass choices when getting these done. You can either go for just your basic clear glass or for a conservation glass which has 99% UV protection to prevent any signatures from fading and also to protect the colours in the garment from fading over time.
We also frame soccer tops which are a bit more expensive than AFL jumpers to get framed as they are larger in width with the sleeves and require oversize materials ( glass mats etc. )
We can frame any garments including rugby tops, t shirts and baby clothing.
You name it and we can frame it!
This is showing an example of a plaque and team photos underneath a Manchester United top with the team logo on the left and the Barclays logo on the right.
You can see how the v groove can really tie it all in.
This is a signed Kobe Bryant jersey I framed a while ago which has 4 photos of him at the bottom.
I think it might have been one that he had actually worn, it was massive!
This looked great with the Lakers colours and also a 5 mm of purple bordering the individual photos at the bottom.
This is a fairly basic framing example of an IPL shirt worn and signed by Kane Richardson.
The photos are set back into the white mat which is behind the shirt. Still very effective.
If there is anything that you wish to have framed but are unsure of, please don't hesitate to contact us and ask any questions that you have.